Jana Lam Hawaii

Musubi Pouch • Seaflower Pineapple • White over Rainbow Ombre

$32

At the Jana Lam Studio we’re always making things— of course, that’s what we do!  But it’s so exciting to be able to use the leftover fabric that would normally be cast aside.  These onigiri-shaped pouches are products made from just that, and concocted from the mind of our amazing Steph Kaji, who took awkwardly shaped pieces and turned them into triangular fabulousness. Form and function are key in these little pouches, and each one has a key ring, so you can hang them in a convenient place, where it’s on hand for easy access- coins, cash, keys, lip gloss, air pods, parking tickets…you name it, pack it in your musubi!

The Details:
3" x 3" x 3"
Fully lined, 3" zipper closure

Due to the hand-printed and hand made nature of this product, print and color placement will vary from photograph.

Made in Hawai‘i, USA

Seaflower Pineapple. The story of this print, one of the most popular in the JANA LAM catalog, is a fun one. One day way back in 2016 Jana created a print specifically for a local boutique in Honolulu. The artwork, a series of leaves and stars, was ready to go; ready to be presented to the client, when Jana happened upon some artwork in photoshop on her computer. On the screen she saw the flowers of the Seaflower print, outlined by a pineapple. Turns out, the rest of the team wasn’t as stoked on the leaves and stars as Jana was, and Megan came up with the idea of combining the two elements. Immediately Jana realized the potential of Megan’s creation, and sat down to draw it freehand.  Five minutes later, Seaflower Pineapple was complete, and the rest is history. The original pineapple print in the catalog (now discontinued) had taken probably some weeks to finalize.  Jana had worked on so many different versions and finally settled on one after much thought and discussion. Some designs take a lot of work, and others just flow naturally. This one makes her smile because of all the prints it was definitely one of the easiest to make, and it was truly a team effort.

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